Who really deserves a wild card into Wimbledon?
Jonny O’Mara speaks to The Big Racket about his rise into the top 50 and his future as a doubles specialist.
British number one Johanna Konta will start her 2019 season against third seed Sloane Stephens, after the draw for the Brisbane International was made. Konta will be looking to cause … Continue reading Jo Konta to start season against Sloane Stephens
In part one of our interview with Greg Howe, we catch up with the recent author as he reflect on his career and explains what happened next.
With all British interest over at the French Open, attention will now be drawn towards the grass season as players look to get into shape ahead of Wimbledon. The main … Continue reading What can we expect to see from the Surbiton Trophy?
British tennis player, Olivia Nicholls, has been one of the standout British performers this year, following her success in the doubles. We catch up with the 23 year-old to see what has inspired her form and what her future plans are in the sport.
Britain’s Katie Boulter rises to a new career high following her best title to date.
Katy Dunne loses to Irina Khromacheva in Sunday’s final, but can build on a fantastic week in Perth.
Teenager Maia Lumsden gives The Big Racket the lowdown on her first full professional season and tells us about her plans for 2018.
Which British players will shine bright in 2018 and who can build on a fantastic 2017? Here, we take a look at eight players to watch ahead of the new season.
Emily Webley-Smith, 33, is about to embark on her 15th year as a professional tennis player. Ranked outside the top 500, what are her goals for 2018? And what motivates her to keep playing, despite numerous injury setbacks?
Former British number 2, Josh Goodall, reached an ATP doubles final and qualified to compete at two Grand Slam tournaments. Despite this, he retired from the sport at 27.
Here, we catch up with Josh as he discusses his career in tennis and how he found career progression following his retirement.